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We don’t Need No One – I Lived For 12 Months

We don’t Need No One – I Lived For 12 Months


As the year comes to an end, many of us take the time to reflect on the past 12 months, what we’ve accomplished, and what we hope to achieve in the new year. However, this year has been different. 2020 has been one of the most challenging years for many of us, and instead of feeling content and hopeful, we may be feeling stuck or guilty for not achieving more.

It’s essential to recognize that it’s okay to feel this way. If all you did was survive this year, that’s enough. It’s understandable to feel like you’re not living up to your full potential, but it’s essential to remember that you’re only human.

It’s impossible to plan out your year perfectly and achieve all your goals, especially with the unprecedented events of this year.

2020 has been a year filled with grief, loss, and hardship for many people. It’s okay to feel angry and frustrated about the state of the world, the pandemic, police brutality, and civil unrest. It’s okay to be mad about the loss of jobs, time with family, and missed events and holidays.

It’s also okay to grieve your own personal losses, like the unexpected death of a loved one or the challenges of a difficult pregnancy.

It’s important to acknowledge your feelings and not force yourself to find the silver lining or be grateful when you’re hurting. Grieving is enough, and it’s okay to take the time to process your emotions.

Sometimes, life forces us to put everything on hold and focus on our inner selves. This year may have rocked you to your core, causing you to question the importance of the things you once thought were crucial. It’s okay to take a step back and re-evaluate your priorities.

As we approach a new year, it’s essential to recognize that we can’t predict what the future holds. All we can do is ride the waves and honor our feelings as they come. Life changes us, one day, one tragedy, and one year at a time.

So be kind to yourself, show yourself compassion, and know that it’s okay to not have all the answers right now.



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